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Topic - Kenny Anunike
The Midshipmen had as many turnovers as they had in their three other games — combined. They kept drawing penalty flags but their offense couldn't get anything going in the second half.
About 500 pounds.
"Discipline and conditioning, that's what his program's built on," senior defensive end Kenny Anunike said Wednesday. "We want to be the most conditioned team in the nation."
"He's definitely right," Anunike said. "When I first came here in 2008, the team previously was definitely out of shape. It was in shambles."